IRISH TERRIER CLUB of AMERICA:|
The Irish Terrier Club of America was organized December 18th (1896) at Mr. Samuel D. Parker's office (in Boston). Present were Samuel D. Parker, H. White, and Oscar W. Donner.
The new club held its first regular meeting two months later, 23 February 1897, at Madison Square Garden during the Westminster KC Show.
The objectives of the Club, set out in the Club's constitution, are:
The Club produces several newsletters each year with show results, up coming events, health information and many other topics. An Annual Roster is also produced. The Club also publishes pamphlets and brochures regarding Irish Terriers. Periodically, the Club publishes an all-encompassing Irish Terrier Breed Book.
The Irish Terrier Club of America is open to all persons who share a fondness for this happy rugged terrier, the Irish Terrier. New members are welcome, but need to be sponsored by a current member.
The governing body of the Irish Terrier Club of America is a seventeen (17) member Board of Governors, with five (5) of the Governors elected as Officers. The five (5) officers are NOT the managing members of the Board of Governors nor do they manage the Club.
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